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Located in Sadashiv Nagar, Bengaluru. The simple wooden polished décor with minimalistic décor and comfortable seating area gives this place a welcoming vibe. The menu caters to Vegetarians only. The staff is courteous and always on their toes to serve you piping hot food. Some of their must-have dishes are Paneer Cutlet, Tufani Mushroom, Mint Masala Subz Platter, Miloni Tarkar and Malaidar Dal Makhani.
This is an old restaurateur at the edge of Sankey tank. The food is average while service was nice. Ambience is pretty old school for today's times.
We visited this restaurant last weekend with family Food was average taste not that good or bad either, but felt not worth the price we paid for. Ambience : good Service : average Food: average Waiting time on Sunday evening : 15mins++ Parking : road side Ordered North Indian curry and rotis also Chinese staters. Not at all close to being authentic North Indian taste. Chinese veg ball Manchurian was served cold and wasn't even tasty. Overall a average food on little costly side.
Food is ok, not all that great. Very disappointed with their service. Initially they said soup and starters will be served and after waiting for a long time soup arrived, post that waiting for an another 10 minutes I asked the waiter about the starters and he calles another person and he says that now the tables are filling up rappiedly so please serve yourself as all the starters are are available. When we go to help ourself we saw that few of the items were yet to be loaded. Also they don't refill on time and have to wait for long. I noticed one thing when there is a large group they don't mind serving them even when all the tables are full. The restaurant people allowed 8 people to sit on a table of 4. This was such a pain to all the neighbouring tables as they were blocking them all.
i went to the restaurant for dinner and sat on the ground floor. I told the waiter that I do not have dairy and felt like I was in Fawlty Towers. After I said no milk, no butter, no ghee, no cheese, he suggested the paneer. I went through all the points again and then settled on the baby corn, the vegetable diwani handi and dry-cooked roti. Although the waiter insisted there was no milk, I could swear that the diwani handi had cream. Then he brings me a complimentary yoghurt to wrap up and I declined it. Although I was annoyed with the waiter not being able to comprehend a non-dairy meal, i was impressed with the service. A waiter would quickly come to my table each time my plate emptied to dole out more portions from the food at the centre of my table. However, I found the food overly rich for my taste. The ingredients seem fresh but the food was too flavoured. Something more delicate would be appreciated. I think this restaurant is suitable for people who like rich creamy, buttery vegetarian food with robust flavours. The other patrons in the restaurant seemed to be enjoying themselves. As for me, I will opt for a subtle and delicate cuisine next time.
They had an excellent selection in veg food. The service is quick and the ambiance is good for a business meeting